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Addiction to benzodiazepines is among one of the most difficult addictions to overcome. Attempting to quit cold turkey could result in dangerous withdrawal symptoms.

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Benzodiazepine Addiction Treatment

Overcoming an addiction to benzodiazepine drugs is a difficult task that begins with careful medical supervision. The first step is to cleanse the body of the substance in a process called detoxification. Upon completing detox, inpatient and outpatient treatments and mental health counseling offers the best chance for a complete recovery.

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Treatment Centers for a Benzodiazepine Addiction

More people are recognizing and seeking help for benzodiazepine addictions than ever before. Clinics across the country specialize in treating not just benzodiazepine addiction, but also co-occurring substance issues such as alcohol use disorder. Recovery professionals can fine-tune a plan to accompany each patient’s particular needs.

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Taking the First Step Toward Recovery

Removing benzodiazepines from a user’s system is the first step toward living a sober life. During this detox period, most users slowly taper down their benzo dose or switch to a less potent benzo like Klonopin. Tapering down use helps minimize benzodiazepine withdrawal symptoms like as anxiety and insomnia and prevent dangerous complications like seizures and hallucinations.

Benzodiazepine withdrawal can cause grand mal seizures and may even be fatal. Never quit “cold turkey” and always seek medically supervised detox for benzos.

Inpatient and Outpatient Benzo Rehab

Treatment centers offering inpatient and outpatient rehab are crucial resources to recovering people addicted to benzodiazepines. These clinics provide targeted recovery techniques, including counseling and medication to manage withdrawal symptoms.

Inpatient rehabs provide a distraction-free environment to allow patients to focus on getting sober. Inpatient care often increases the chances of long-lasting sobriety.

On-site treatment regimens for benzodiazepines typically last from 28 to 90 days, depending on the patient’s severity of addiction.

Addicted people can find themselves feeling ill-equipped to handle the emotional and mental stresses of life without using benzodiazepines. Specialized treatment centers offer behavioral therapy to integrate patients back into a daily routine free of benzodiazepine abuse.

Outpatient treatment is an option for some people with a mild addiction to benzos. These programs allow addicted people to continue working and maintaining their daily responsibilities during treatment.

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With just 30 days at a rehab center, you can get clean and sober, start therapy, join a support group, and learn ways to manage your cravings.

Ongoing Recovery

Overcoming a benzodiazepine addiction requires a long-term commitment and comprehensive treatment plan. Continued support from community groups and specialized counseling can help ease former users back into a daily routine. Support groups following the 12-step model of recovery can provide strong, lasting reinforcement for those working toward sobriety.

Friends, family, or religious organizations can all be helpful in maintaining recovery.

Due to the potency, addictive potential and strong psychological withdrawals of benzodiazepines, support groups are important tools to ward off relapse. Those recovering from benzodiazepine addiction might feel disappointment or shame after a relapse, but relapse does not have to be permanent. There is always the chance to regain control of your footing and sobriety.

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Getting Help for Benzodiazepine Addiction

Seeking help for yourself or a loved one suffering from a benzodiazepine addiction can make a difference that lasts a lifetime. Contact a dedicated treatment provider today to learn more about your treatment opportunities and payment options.

 

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